Roundtable on Indigenous Legal Traditions

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This summary provides an overview of the sixth event of IOG’s TANAGA (Towards a New Aboriginal Governance Agenda) roundtable series. The session centred on Aboriginal traditions of law and featured a leading expert on the topic, John Burrows, Professor of Law and Law Foundation Chair of Aboriginal Justice and Governance at the University of Victoria. Discussions explored the historical and potential role of indigenous legal traditions in Canada.

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